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What is Hour of Code

More than 44 million people of all ages have learned an Hour of Code, a one-hour introductory course designed to demystify computer science and show that anybody can learn the basics. Participate this December 8-14 during Computer Science Education Week and help reach 100 million students by the end of 2014



Why Teach Students to Code



 Watch MIT's Mitch Resnick's (Developer of Scratch) TED Talk on this topic:



Creating your own APPS



Give it a try!

Google's Made with Code site will show you many of the ways the things you love are made with code.

Embrace the power to make a yeti dance or play with other projects to take your first steps toward learning code.   You will have fun, and so will your students!


Amazing Robot: program a robot on a mission through a maze 


Skype with Computer Science Professionals in Class

 Educators looking for people working in the field of computer science can bring guest speakers to students through Skype Classroom's Guest Speakers in Computer Science site.  


38 Teachers attended the Nova Now Conference in Grand Rapids. Click to view their journey.


ST. CLAIR COUNTY RESA provided 6 MAKEY MAKEYs to teachers who participated in the HOUR OF CODE. 

Here are your winners:

  • Richard Blais - Marysville Schools: Morton Elementary

  • Sherry Campbell, Port Huron Schools: Harrison Center

  • Bev Henderson, Marysville Schools: Marysville Middle School

  • Stacey Sandrin, Port Huron Schools: Keewahdin Elementary

  • Melanie Tyrrell, Port Huron Schools, Holland Woods Middle School

  • Keith Zimmerman, Algonac Schools: Algonac High School


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